No, we are not talking dinosaurs. We are talking about birds of prey. Some may seem too small to carry things off but think of those little chicks that are out there running around.
We only have one type of osprey here in West Virginia. They are known also as sea hawks, fish eagles or fish hawks. It is eats fish but can take the young of water birds. Large raptor, two feet tall with a wing span of six feet. Brown upperparts with a mainly grey head and underparts with black eye patches and wings.